Education’s Immortal Portals

First impressions are always important, and in the previous two centuries architects gave great attention to detail when designing the entrances of many of Fort Worth’s public school buildings. Here are school entrances on all four sides of town:

Amon Carter-Riverside High School (1936, Hedrick).

entry techGreen B. Trimble Technical High School (1918, Sanguinet and Staats).

entry denver schoolDenver Avenue Elementary School (1910).

entry nash elementaryCharles Nash Elementary School (1927, Clarkson).

entry austin schoolStephen F. Austin School Elementary School (1892, Messer, Sanguinet, and Messer).

entry claytonLily B. Clayton Elementary School (1922, Clarkson).

entry rosenSam Rosen Elementary School (1927, Clarkson).

entry de zavalaDe Zavala Elementary School (1914).

entry rosemont 1Rosemont Middle School (1935, Withers).

higher-ed-north-side-1-510x768North Side High School (1937, Clarkson).

higher ed poly 2Poly High School (1938, Pelich).

higher ed north hi mount bas-reliefBas-relief above the rear door of North Hi Mount Elementary School (1935, Hedrick).

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